Kehila Chadasha (translated, a new community) was founded in 1978 as a community that values Jewish heritage, history, and traditions through education, celebration, music, discussions, and social action. More

Kehila Chadasha Open House April 26

Non-traditional Jewish? Mixed-marriage? Looking for something different? Do you want to attend services but don't "belong" anywhere? Can't find the right Hebrew school fit for your kids? Seeking community? Check out KEHILA CHADASHA, a progressive, independent, and inclusive Jewish community. We have a children's Sunday school open to non-members and adult programs on a wide range of social, environmental, and cultural issues. For children in kindergarten and 1st grade we offer the first semester free of charge. More Information

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From Reb David's Blog

Omer and Jewish Community Town Hall

Today is the 18th day of the Omer. Today is also Yom HaZikaron, a day of remembrance for Israeli soldiers who died serving Israel. Tomorrow is Yom HaAtzmaut, Israel's Independence Day. 

Last night, at Temple Shalom, the timing of our Jewish Community Town Hall could not have been more appropriate. The evening went well with approximately 120 attendees reflecting the spectrum of political opinions regarding criticism of the certain policies of the government of Israel and issues of censorship here in the U.S.